Google hits out at EC fine threat; Telenor concerned by VimpelCom Uzbekistan probe provision

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> Google slammed the EC for considering fining the company as part of an anti-trust investigation. Reuters report

> VimpelCom worried 33 per cent shareholder Telenor Group by setting aside $900 million (€823 million) to cover the resolution of probes into its business in Uzbekistan. Telenor announcement

> MTN denied it had reached an agreement in Nigeria over a $5.2 billion (€4.7 billion) fine for unregistered SIM cards. Reuters article

> Inmarsat resolved to locate a satellite access station for a planned European Aviation Network in Greece, following a deal with OTE. Inmarsat release

And finally…Microsoft limits its 'unlimited' cloud storage service. Wall Street Journal article

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